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It also should not be placed in tempera_wes less than 5_C (41P) or greater than 35C (95_b'). Condensation--Moisture may form on the lens in the following conditions. omunediately after a heater has been turned on. oina steamy orveryhumid room. ewhen theunitissuddenlymoved from a coldenvironmenttoa waFff[ one. Ifmoisture formsinside this unit, may notoperate it properly.o T correcthis t problem,turnon thepower and waitabout one hour for them_isture toevaporate.
1. Ventllatlo_a--The unit should be situated so that its location or position does not interfere with its proper ve_ttilatlon. Allow I0 cm (49 clem-ance from the rear of the unit. 2. Foreigu Material--Care should be taken so that objects do net fall into and liquids are not spilled into the unit. Do not subject this unit to excessive smoke, dust, mechanical vibration, or shock. 3. Maguetimn--The unit should be situated away from equipment or devices that generate strong magnetic fields. 4. StackingmDo not place heavy objects, other than system components, on top of the unit. 5. Surface--Place the unit on a fiat, level surface. 6. Carts and Stands--The unit should be used only with a cart or stand that is recommended by the manufacturer. The unitand cart combinationshould Be moved with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven surfacesay causetheunitand cart m combinationto overturn. 7. Wall ozCeiling Mounting--The unit shouldnotbemounted toa wallorceiling, unless specifiednthis i operating nstructions. i
1. Outdoor Antenna Groundlng--If an outside antenna is connected to the receiver, be sure the antenna system is grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage surges and built-up static charges. Sec_on 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 70-1990, ivrovides information with respect to proper grounding of the mast and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding conductors, location of antenna-discharge unit, connection to grounding electrode_, and requirements for the grounding electrode. See figure below.
(See page 39 for details.) LEAD IN
GROUND CLAMp WIRE
ANTENNA DISC_IARGE _i ANTENNA UNIT
Clean the calumet, paneland controls ith a soft w cloth lightly m(Ytstened withmild detergent olution. s Do notuseany typeofabrasive ad,scouring owder orsolvent p p such asalcohol orbenzine.
(NEC SECTION 810-20) GROUNDING CONDUCTORS (NEC SECTION 810-21 ) CLAMPS
SERVICE GROUNDING SYSTEM
(NECART250, ART P H) NEC--NAT]ONAL ELECTRICAL CODE 2. Water and Moistuze--Do not use this unit near water-- for exam-
ple, near a bathtub, washbowl, swimming pool, or the like. Damp basementsshouldalso avoided. be
Switch on the power. O Press CLOCK/TIMER to select "CLOCK". Every time you pr--,:_s button; the CLOCK---* REC---* PLAY _ _ L--Previous display (----I (_) (_rlthi_t5 seconds or so) Press MEMORY/SET.
(_) Press v or ^ to select the hour. _) Press MEMORY/SET. (__)Pressv or ^ to select the minutes. _)Press MEMORY/SET to finish setting the time.
The display will reVarn to whatever you set the time. was displayed before
To display the time when power is ON Press CLOCK/_ to select "CLOCK". The time will be displayed for about 5 seconds and then the display will return to whatever was previously displayed.
SUp to12stations caneachbe set intheFM and AM bands automatically. elfbroadcast frequencies pz_set are inthememory, you can easily tune inany ofthese frequencies from thesystem orremote control unit. eYou can also preset just those stationsou like. y (See "Presetting onlyyour favorite stations" below.)
Press TUNER BAND to select "FM" or "AM".
The power will come on automatically. Every timeyou pressthebutton; "FM" _ "AM".
Press TUNE MODE to select "MANUAL".
Every time you press the button; "MANUAL"<--._. "PRESET".
Press v or ^ until the display shows the frequency from which you want to begin automatic memory presetting.
Tips on tuning in radio stations (_) Hold down either v or ^ until the frequency numbers start sc_oRing. _) When nearingthe d_ frequency, pressthe button to stop the scrolling and then fine ttme the broadcast.
Press and hold down MEMORY/SET until the frequency begins to change.
This willstart presettingutomatically. a When radiowill tuneinlast tationemorized. s m finished, he t
If auto presetting is not possible because radio signals are weak or for some other reason, do the following.
Preset the stations one at a time.
1. Perform above stel_ 1 and 2. Then, select a station with v and ^, and press MEMORY/SET. "PRGM" will flash on the display. 2. While "PRGM" is flashing, select a preset chmlnel with v or ^, and press MEMORY/SET again. "PRGM" will go out and the station will be stored in memory.
FM allocation setting
The FM f_quency step is set to 0.2 MHz at the time of shipment. By adjusting the allocation as shown below, you can enable the system toreceiveM broadcasts F allocatedn0.1 i MHz steps. 1.Pressand holdTUNER BAND forapproximately seconds. 5 The f_quency display will be returned to the minimum frequency of the FM band and the display will begin to flash. Keep holding for approximately 5 more seconds. 2. When the display stops flashing and indicates a diffe_nt frequency number (the frequency step is changed to 0.1 MHz.), release TUNER BAND. To return to the original frequency, repeat steps 1 to 2 above.
Preset channel Afterchanging the "allocation" setting, frequencies the you previously preset inthememory will cleared. be Memory retention Your p_set frequencies are _tained while the system is unplugged.
for about 2 weeks
The power will come on automatically. Every time you press the button; "FM" <---.* "AM".
Press TUNE "MANUAL".
MODE to select "PRESET"
Every timeyou pressthebutton; "MANUAL",-----> "PRESET". For preset stations For non-preset stations
Press v, or ^ to select the desired broadcast. "STEREO lights when an FM stereo broadcast isbeing _eceived. "TUNED" station. lights when you precisely tune in a broadcast
Adjust the volume level.
Specify the channel you want with the numeric keys (see page 36). TO designate channels 1-9 Fress theappropriate1-9) ( preset-toning button. To designate channels 10-12 (Example: Channel 12) ->10 -.I -,2 (within 10 sec.) (within sec.) 10
Auto tuning is an easy way to tune in non-preset stations select ( "MANUAL" instep2).
With preset stations
Hold down either v or ^, and release the button when the frequency starts scrolling. The radio frequency stopautomaticallythefirst will on station it picks p. u eWhen there is outside interference, the radio may stop on a nonbroadcast frequency. down either or ^ toresumeauto Hold v tuning.
To stop auto tuning Presseither v or ^ again.
If noise is excessive
in the FM stereo mode 
("MONO" willlightp.) u
Press FM MODE/BP.
Sound will be produced in monaural, but this also reduces noise. Press the button again to cancel. "MONCY' will go out. ' Normally, you IIwant to listen " stereo, so leave " MONO' ' off. Th is m way, you can listen to stereo broadcasts in stereo, and monaural broadcasts in mono.
if you load/unload
listening to an AM broadcast.
You can set CDs m the rack and remove them too, while playing CDs.
I 1. How to set CDs the rack
How to remove
1. Open the rack panel.
2. Slide the loader carriage
to the slot you want
Do notslide loaderarriage the the c when levers i down. 3. Lower the end of the lever and then remove CDs.
Except when _g or removing CI_, keep hands out of the changer while open. You could injure yourself if somehow entangled in the internal mechanism.
2. Slide the loader carriage to the slot you want.
Single CD play is for that special CD of yours, perhaps one you just bought. You see, the changer has a slot forone special CD which you can use even when the rackis full (max.50 CDs).
Press OPEN to open the rack panel, and set the CD in the slot No. 0.
 Close the rack panel and press SINGLE _. TheCD in the slot No. 0 will be played from the firsttrackto the
For your reference While "SINGLE" appears on the display, you can start play from the button as web as the SINGLE button.
Press REPEAT before or during play.
Alltracks theloaded CD arerepeated. on
To cancel repeat play REPEATonce again. To repeat a favorite track 1. Program thetrackyou want (page 16). 2. Px_ss REPEATand make sure" _ " is displayed. 3. Pz_s. Playbackwill start.
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To repeat just one track Set the I-TRACK mode (page 18), press REPEAT before or during playback, and make sure" _" is displayed. To repeat all tracks on a specific CD or during
QOQ _Q Q
Set the 1-DISC mode (page 19), px_ss REPEAT before playback, and make sure" _-D" isdisplayed.
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Press RANDOM. All tracks on the loaded CDs will be played in random order. Playback will stop automatically when the maximum of 72 tracksfrom the loaded CDs have been played.
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To cancel random play Press RANDOM once again. For random play wRh just one specific CD Setthe 1-DISCmode (page 19) and press RANDOM.
*You can use random play with your program. Only the programmed tracks will be played, but in random order. *Once more than 25 tracks have been played in random mode, the same track may be played twice.
Everyone has his/her favorite tracks. You can program the changer to play them in a specific order. With this changer, you can make one program and fill it with up to 24 selections from any of the CDs in the rack. eYou can also program a certain track during playback (See "Direct programming" below.)
Press CD. [Inthe stop model Press PROGRAM.
While "--" is flashing (approx. 10 seconds) Select the CD(s) you want with the buttons. You cad select slotNo. O, "SINGLE" appears on the display. numeric
Press the numeric button(s) to select the desired track. Repeat steps 3 through 5 until you have programmed all the tracks you want. P_s_S'lls_tart theprogrammed in sequence.
Specified track number
If, while listening to a certain track, you decide that you want to program that track to your program, you can with direct programming. [While the track you want to program is piaying]
("/'heindicator with a greencolor.)
Specified CD number
Turn JOG to select the desired CD number, r_ Press DISC/TRACK to select the track selection mode.
('/he indicator i]luminates with a red color.)
Turn JOG to select the desired track number.  Press CD IP.
The selected tTack wi_ stm't.
To listen to I CD only (1-DISC) Press CD.
Every _me you press the button; 1-TRACK--+ 1-DISC --_ 1-ALL t--NORMAL <------Previous display*-] (OFF) Press DISC/tRACK to select the CD
When playback ends "NORMAL" will appear on the display for about 3 seconds, then the CD MANAGER function will turn OFF automaticany.
_1 Press CD MANAGER to select "l-DISC". I_1
To stop play Press II. When you select the wrong CD or track el-TRACK mode To reselect a track on the same CD Follow steps  and [_. Toreselect a track on another CD Follow steps el-DISC mode Reselact a CD with ste_  and el-ALL mode Reselect the trackithsteps w and [_
(The indicator illuminates with a green color.)
Turn JOG to select the desired CD number.  Press CD.
The selected CD will be played from the first txack to the last.
To listen to the same numbered h_ck on all
 Press CD. 
Every time you press the button; I-TRACK--* 1-DISC--* 1-ALL_-NORMAL +-----Previous display_ (OFF)
_'_ Press CD MANAGER to select "l-ALL".
You can use the repeat function (page 15) and random play (page 15) at the same _me. However, you can ordy select the repeat ban_'tion in1-TRACK mode. eDuring 1-ALL mode, you cannot skip to a CD which has already finished. eDuring 1-ALL mode, if the selected track is not found on a certain CD, the changer automatically skips that CD and continues playing from the next CD.
Press DISC/TRACK to select the track selection mode.
(The indicator illuminates _dth a red color.)
Turn JOG to select the desired track number.  Press CD.
The same numbered order. track on all loaded CDs will be played in
Type ot tape which can be played correctly The system automatically identifies the type of tape. NORMAL POSmON/TYPE I I C)
HIGH POSITION/TYPE METAL POSIT_ON/TYPE II W
You can use either deck I or deck 2 for tape playback.
[_1 Press TAPE DECK 1/2.
The power will come on automatically,
Press DECK 1 A OPEN or DECK 2 A_ OPEN, and then insert the tape.
Insert the tape with the exposed Closethe holder hand by tape facing down.
Press REV MODE to select the reverse mode.
Every time you press the button;
=: One side is played, then playbackstops automatically. "_'D: Both sides (front side-_reverseide) s areplayedone Rme each, thenplayback stops automatically. C=_: Both sides areplayed8 timeseach,thenplaybackstops automatically.
O@IIN AOPEN [_:K 1 DECX2 Front side
Prose _I or to start playback. :Theforwardide s (front willlay. side) p
"(: The _verse side will play.
To stop tape playback Press n,
To change the deck to be used  Pl_SS TAPE DECK 1/2 to select the deck you want to use when you loadcassettes bothdecks. into To listen to 2 tapes consecutively Load a tape into each deck and select C-_. 8 times each. Tape direction
Both tapes will be played
Playback is momentarily open the other deck. One-touch play interrupted while playing back tapes, if you
When thesystemisOFF, playing starts autoraa ticaUyhen you press w TAPE DECK I/2.
J To fast-forward Press _e_/_ Tape direction "1_" "4"
in the stop mode. Tofast-forward m._/_ M4/4-4
The system automatically NORMAL
identifies the type of tape. I O O IV x
Torewind 1_/4- _,_/t,_,_
When recording an AM broadcast, volume is momentarily rupted when you start and stop the recording.
To reduce the noise while recording an AM broodcast (Beat proof function)  Press FM MODF_JBP while recording.
Each _rae you press the button, BP 1 and BP 2 will be displayed alternately. Select the position where there is less noise.
Press DECK 2 _---OPEN, and then insert the tape.
Close the holder by hand. Tape directionsautomatically to"I_ i set %
Every time you press the button; =-_ -" )-+ C=") t __: One side is _corded, then recording stops automatically. _'v"), (=): Both sides(frontide-+reverseide) s s are recorded, thenrecording stops automatically.
(See page 12.)
_J Set CDs in the rack. I_ Press DISC/TRACK to select the CD selection mode.
(Theindicatorlluminates i with a greencolor.)
_'_ While theCD numberis flashing (approx. 10seconds) Press REC/STOP to start recording
elf you selected (_-3 in step 2, the direction will automatically change to "_3 when recording starts. *The recording will proceed from the first track on the selected CD.
To stop recording eTo add a 4 second _llent interval before stopping. PressII. The CD will stopautomatically too. To stoprecording withouta silent interval Press REC/STOP. The CD will stop automatically too.
To recordon reverse side
Before recording, Ioad a tape and change the tape direction as ex plained here below. 1. Press TAPE DECK 1/2 and select tape deck 2. 2. Press and immediately thereafter II. The tape directionill w be
shown as "".
To record from a specific point on a tape Before recording, advance the tape to the point from where you want to start recording.
To record programmed
1. After step4,program thetrack you want (performs steps2-6 on page 16). 2. Press REC/STOP tostartecording. r
This function makes it easier for you to select special CDs and tracks from amongst those loaded in the changer. WhiJe recording, if a track is cut off in the middle at the end of the front side, it is re-recorded from the beginning, on the reverse side. f CD I L
I The interrupted track is re-recorded in its entirety on the reverse side. at the end of the reverse side.
Recording is interrupted
Prepare the tape you want to use. Performs steps 1 and 2 on page 23.
as they are on the tape being
Press TAPE DECK 1/2.
_',1 Press & OPEN on both decks, and then insert the tapes.
For playback: Into deck 1 For recording: Into deck 2 Close each deck's holder by hand. Tape directionsautomatically to"_". i set
Every _rne you press the button; _--,'._:_-_ c_-_,
One side is z_:orded, then recording stops automatically. _-._, -_'_: Both sides (front side-+reverse side) are recorded, then recording stops automatically.
Press TAPE EDIT to start recording.
eIf you selected _'_ in step 3, the direction will automatically change to --" _ when recording starts.
To stop recording Press II. Both decks will stop. To record on side B
Beforei_cording,oad a tape and change the tapedirections exl a plainedhere below. 1. Press TAPE DECK 1/2 and select tape deck 2. 2. Press "11 and immediately thereafter II. The tape direction will be
shown as "<l".
To record from a specific point on a tape Before Rcording, advance the tape to the point from where you want to start recording.
Tape dilec_on of the tape you are recording onto
Base youz selection on the type of music and how you want to listen to it.
Press 3D SPACE EQ to select field. Eachtime you press the button; FL_THEAVY--'_CLEAR---_ SOFT_ _-DISCO +---LIVE ---HALL_ _
HEAVY: CLEAR: SOFT: HALL: UVE: DISCO:
Use to add "punch" to rock and other music. Use to cla_ the t_eble range of jazz, etc. Use to listen to background music, etc. Use th impar,' a deep bass and spread which win make you feel as if you were th a large concer_ hall. Use primarily for vocaI pieces to add gloss to the vocals. Use to reproduce a long reverberating sound like that heard in discotheques.
In recording, the sound quality/field will set automatically to "FLAT".
To cancel the mode Press SPACE EQ and check "FL,AT"lights up. 3D
You can adjust bass below 120 Hz to 5 different levels.
Press SUPER WOOFER. (Thebuttonlightsup.)
_1 Press LEVEL to select the desired level.
Each time you press the button, the level indication will change consecutively from "LEVEL 1" through to "LEVEL 5".
TO cancel the mode PressSUPER WOOFER again.
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Press V. BASS.
Press the button again to cancel. "V, BASS" goes out.
You cannot record V. BASS effect, but you can use it for playback sound.
This unit lets you enjoy the KARAOKE fun with audio CDs and audio tapes.
First, lower volume with MIC VOL, then, connect the microphone to the MIC 1 and/or MIC 2 jacks. Plug type: 3,5 ram(_ in.) monaural
Press KARAOKE to select the voice mode.
Eve_ thne you press the button; V ,,MUTE -,, MONO L--*MONO,,R
Voice mode selection If you want to play with the KARAOKE function, check first whether or not your software is formatted for KARAOKE and then select the voice mode as indicated below. O: Appropriate 0: For practice, etc, sm KARAOKE Sound multiplex (OFF) V,,MUTE MONOoL IOtRAOKIE (Background music+ Voice) Stereo
(For singing along)
A bar is indicated V-MUTE function
in the above table when the voice mode is
least effective. It is better to avoid using the mode in such cases.
The voice portion of the track is blocked out but not the background music. You need software recorded in stereo sound i_ wanting to use the voice mute function. Voice and/dr static may be reproduced with the following types of software. _f_are recorded monaural Classic music, or works performed instruments OChorus works or duets by a limited number of
Start the source (CD, etc.). Adjust volume with VOLUME and MIC VOL and sing along.
To cancel the KARAOKE PressKARAOKEto select"(OFF)" mode.
use, the the
move the microphone microphone volume
far away from the speakers,
or turn down it from to MIN.
When you are not using the microphone, MIC jack, and turn down the microphone Sound field cannot be used with
disconnect volume level nor
can the radio
To record your "KARAOKE" performance _1 Firet, lower volume with MIC VOL then, connect the microphone to MIC 1 and/or MIC 2 jacks. _l
Press DECK 2 A OPEN to insert the tape and then select the reverse mode.
Press KARAOKE to select the voice mode. performance.
Start recording and KARAOKE eWhen singing off CDs
Press 2J_C/STOp and start KAP_OKE performance eWhen singing off tapes Press TAPE EDIT and start KARAOKE performance.
To cancel the sleep timer Press SLEEP to select "OFF". To confirm the remaining (only while power is ON) Pr'-_,sSLEEP. time
To change the time remaining Press SLEEP to show the remaining select the desired time.
during operation time, and thea_ press SLEEP to
The sleep timer turns OFF automatically themoment you attemptto record a CD usingCD MANAGER function.
The sleep timeralwayshasl_ority. Be surenottooverlaptimersettings. Record timer and sleep timer To go to sleep listening to a compact disc, and then to make a timer recording from a radio broadcast, 0 Progsam the record timer. Follow steps I-6 on page 3l _) Switch on the power, _) StartD and setthevolume. C _) Setthesleeptimer (page33). Be sure to set the sleep timer to finish before the timer recording
Play timer and sleep timer To go to sleep listening toan FM broadcast, and wake up the next morning listening to a compact disc. Progsam a CD for play timer. Follow steps I-6on page 31. Switch on the power. Tune inthestationnd set a thevolume. Set tbe sk.ep timer (page 33). For your reference The play timer cannot be used in combination withthe record timer.
O . 
This feature is convenient when you have a telephone
Press the button again to cancel "MUTING" goes out. Muting can also be cancelled by lowering the volume (- dB).
all the way
When the system is turned off, hemuting operation ill automatt w be icaUycanceUed.
 Press DISPLAY/DEMO.
Every time you pressthe button, specttumanalyzer the will change asshown on the left. Peak hold
Ustening to an external
(See page 7 forextemsl unit connedion.)
1. Press AUX. The power will come on automaticaUy. 2. Start playback from the extenud source. (Refer to your equipment's operating inslructions.)
1. 2. 3. 4.
Recording from an extemal
Follow steps 1-2 on page 22. Press AUX. Press REC/STOP (recording starts). Start playback fTom the exte_ source. (Refer to your equi_ mentPs operating instlu_dons.)
Cassette tapes exceeding 100 mlnuise Tapes are made of a thin film material. DO not repeatedly and stop the tape, fast-forward it or rewind it. Side A Endless-tapes For this unit, it is recommended the auto reverse mechanism.
to use tapes which are appropriate to
Always read the instructions provided Tab for side "B" Tab for side ",4."
with your tapes.
Use a scxewdriver similar object to break out the tab.
Tape slack  Tapeslackay cause hetape break. m t to
To re-record on n protactod casselto Cover the hole with adhesive tape
Normal position tape Hi-position tape Donotcover the detectionole h _\_"
on hi-position tapes Detection hole
Do not place or store tapes in the following places; In high temperature (35_ or higher) or high humidity (80% or
In a strongmagneticfield (near speaker, n topofa TV, etc.) a o This can erase a recording. Locations xposedtodirectunlight e s
Before requesting possible cause of checks or a minor and i_,store proper
service for this unit, check the chart below for a the problem you are experiencing. Some simple adjustment on your part may resolve the problem operation.
If you are in doubt about some of the check points, or if the remedies indicated in the chart do not solve the problem, refer to the direct oly of Authorized Service Centers (enclosed with this unit) to locate a convenient service center, or consult your dealer for instTuctions. (In U.S.A consult PASC Authorized Servicenters for detailed instructions or call 1-800-545-2672 for the address of an authorized servicenter.) factory
Problems common to all systems
There Is no sound when the power is ON. The location of the vsdoue musical instruments is not well defined. The left and right sounds are reversed. When listening to the external unit, the left end right sounds are revered. Only one speaker is The (+) and (-)connectionsoone of thespeakers t
Volume is set too low.
Adjust the volume level with the volume conizol.
Connect thespeakercordscor_ctly. 0
The leftnd right a connectionsothe speake_are t reversed. The left and right cormectinnsto the external unit are reversed.
Connect the speaker on:iscorrectly. O
CorLnect the external unit's cord correctly. O
One of the wires of the speaker cord is
Connect the speaker
cord correclly. 0
There is no sound when a source is being played,
The (+) and (-) wL,'eof the speaker cords are shorted, Switch the s/stem to the standby mode, _md reconnect the speaker cords so that they are not shorted. Then switch on the power. O Operate the unit correctly operating instructions. Set the time. 0 by following the
"ERROR" message appears on the display, "- -:--" display epbears on the
Wrong operation has been done. eYou plugged the Power cord in Inr the first time. eThers was a power failure recently.
While listenig to FM broadcasts
There is a "rushing n;ofso" dudng a stereo broadcast which is not audible during a monaural brcadcasL You hear excessive noise during a stereo broadcast, and occasionally the sound disappears. The stereo indicator ("STEREO") flickers end does not light sompletely. The sound during s stereo broadcast is highly distorted, The installation location and orientation of the antenna are unsuitable. The _ansmitting station is a long distance away. If you are using an indoor antenna, outdoor antenna. O change to an
station is a long distance away. Try switching off the TV set or VCR.
The p.o. wer of the TV set or VCR is ON. There is a building or mountain nearby. [Distortion is cause_ by interference between the signal from the transmitting station (di.,ect wave) and thesignal reflected from the building or mountain (reflected wave).]
Use a high-grade outdoor antenna, and install it in a good location, height, and orientation for reception. O
While listening to AM broadcasts
You hear an unusual beat sound, YOU hear s low-frequency hum. You are using the system at the same tingeyou are playing a "IV set. The antenna wire is near the power cord. Switch off the TV set, or use the s/stem further away from it. Separate the antenna wire from the power cord.
The picture on the TV disappears or stripes appear on the screen.
Prob0,eous ,Sug0.,edrem y I I
If you are using an indoor antenna, change to an outdoor anterma. O Separate system. the antenna wire of the TV set from the
When there is a television set nearby
The location and orientation of the antenna are incorrect, The wiring at the back of the system is unsuitable.
When listening to tapes
Sound is low, intermittent, poor quality, noisy, scratchy, Heads are dirty. The deck does not enter the recording mode. Heads are dirty. ' , Clean the heads.
The erase-prevention tabs are removed from the cassette,
Attach tape to cover the space left by removal of the er ase-p_evenlion tabs.
to CDs The CD label is facing left. The CD is dfrty. The CD is scratched. The CD is badly warped. The CD is nonstandard_ There is condensation inside the CD changer. Repface the CD with a different one. (_ Set the CD with the label facing right. Wipe the CD with a soft cloth. Replace the CD with a new one.
display does not show the correct indication. CD play does not start when you pre_s the play button.
Wait for 60 minutes before using the CD changer. Wipe the CD with a soft cloth. _)
A cerlkqinmusic passage can't be played correctly. The error messsge "DISC TAKE OUT" appears on the display and the changer stops operating. The CD does not return te its sloL ("DISC TAKE OUT" appears on the display.)
The CD is dirty.
A disc has been put in the slot of the CD in play.
Remove the CD whose number closethe rack panel
Becauseof light or noise, the changer has detected a CD in the slot of the CD be'rag played, even though it is empty.
Check whether another CD is in theslot or not. If not, hold down the (stop) button for 4 seconds. The changer will then eject the CD. If this proves to be ineffective, contact the place of purchase.
While using the remote control
The system cannot be operated with the remote control. The batteries are installed in the reverse polarity. Re-insert the batteries in the correct polarity. O Replace the batteries with new batteries.
The batteries are run_lown.
To clean this unit, wipe with a soft, dry cloth. If the surfaces are extremely dirty, use a soft cloth dipped in a soapand-water solution or a weak detergent solution. Never use alcohol, paint thinner, cloths to clean this unit. benzine, or chemically treated
We recommend that you periodically clean parts (the shaded portion in the figure below) the tape contacts like the heads. Do not use any solution other than alcoliol for head cleaning.
eBefore using chemically impregnated that came with the cloth carefully.
cloth, read the'instructions
Rated minimum sine wave RMS power output 0.9% total harmonic distortion 50 Hz-120 Hz both channels driven 120 Hz-20 75W perchannel(6Q) kHz both channels driven
Heads Record/playback Solid perrnalloy head Erasure Double gap ferrite head Motor DC servomotor Recording system AC bias 10(3kHz Erasing system AC erase Tape speed 4.8 cm/s (17/8ips) Frequency response (+3,-6 dB) at DECK OUT NORMAL 35 Hz-14 kHz HIGH POSITION 35 Hz-14 kHz SiN 50 dB (A weighted) Wow and flutter 0.18% (WRMS) Fast forward and rewind times Approx. 120 seconds , CD SECTION Sampling frequency Decoding' Beam source/wave length Semiconductor Number of channels SSq SP OUT WOW and flutter Digital fl_er DIA converter 44.1 kHz 16 bit linear iaser/780 ran Stereo with C-60 cassava tape
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